Norwich v Bolton 15:00 Sat
After recently making their way out of the relegation zone, Bolton Wanderers have begun to string a decent amount of results together over the last month and Ladbrokes report they are now looking like a side capable of Premier League survival.
The Trotters may have lost former talisman Gary Cahill in early January but it seems as if finally getting that weight off of their shoulders may have had a positive affect on morale at the Reebok Stadium.
Owen Coyle’s side have only lost twice in their last two games across all competitions and are unbeaten in their last four going into their game against Norwich City.
Nevertheless, a trip to Carrow Road has proven to be something to be wary of as on average, the Canaries have scored at least three goals in more than half their games at home this season.
The Norfolk side were also experiencing a decent run of form until midweek’s 3-0 loss at Sunderland, but Paul Lambert will be keen to get back into the top half of the table with a home win over Bolton.
One statistic that Owen Coyle can be pleased with is the fact that Norwich City have only kept one clean sheet at home this term. The factor that won’t encourage him is that the clean sheet came two weeks ago against fourth placed Chelsea.
Bolton Wanderers brought in Tim Ream from the New York Red Bulls as a replacement for the departed Cahill and will be expected to offer the United States international his debut this weekend.
Coyle’s team also purchased Marvin Sordell from Watford and drafted in Ryo Miyaichi on a temporary deal from Arsenal in January and could let the attackers feature this weekend in an encounter sure to be full of goals.